My Post 40 Fitness Plan

Growing up I’ve always had an organized fitness regime from high school athletics, college football, military, and then running track for UVU. After college sports my wife and I got into fitness competitions and even scored a couple magazine spreads in the process. Fitness has never been a problem, until my mid to late 30’s where my profession had me spending a large portion of my day at a desk or traveling. This sitting for long periods of time tightened up my hip flexors leading to back and knee pain, which made it uncomfortable to train or do cardio. This combined with restaurant food while traveling and missed gym time has added up to about 10-15 lbs of additional fat and probably a loss of 10-15 lbs of muscle. So [...]